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  1. #71
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    I couldn't find the pin outs for the Panasonic LCD. This is the model number: EDCTB18QCF Maybe somebody else can help us with this.

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    Originally posted by jzgt
    Hey Jason,
    Any word on those hirose cables for the Sharp LQ10D series? Have you decided which way to make the cables? Just curious if you talked with them (Quadrangle) any further.

    - Jeff
    Here are the options I've located so far:

    - Straight cable with the Hirose DF9 connector on both sides (but discrete wires so you can cut it in half) - Around $20

    - Half of the above cable - Around $10

    - The cable that will be plug and play with this controller - $40

    I'm thinking most of the people will want the first one, so I might go ahead and order a few cables. If you want the plug and play cable, you can order directly from Quadrangle..

    Jason

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    The one that plugs into the controller is just an IDE cable huh?
    Cordell

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    Yeah so you would just cut an IDE cable and then hookup the wires yourself..

    jason

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    put me down for the half of the straight cable with DF9 hirose connector on one end so that I can hook em up to an ide cable.
    Thanks!
    Cordell

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    I'll take the other half. I sent you an e-mail also.

    On a side note (let me know if this should posted somewhere else), has any one made their own Remote Adjustment board for the J5 header?
    I was wondering how the push-buttons wire up. If pin 10 goes to remote F2 PB, does the other side of the PB go to GND or +5vdc?

    Thanks,
    Robert

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    I got this NEC inverter from infrared but I don't have the connector for CN1. Anyone know some place where I can get one? It's got 6 pins and it's quite small.

  8. #78
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    I found all of the connectors for the controller at Digikey . Just type in the part number listed in the controller specs.
    As for the inverter connectors, there is a list of JAE distributors here .
    None of them seem to have online ordering so I sent an e-mail this morning to Kensington to see if they had a minimum order quantity. No reply as of yet.

    Anyone have an answer for my previous post?
    Here's another for those who have gotten their controller to work.
    The controller spec sheet says that JP3 is to select 5/3.3v panel operation. There are 3 pins at JP3 and none of them are marked. I assume that you would jumper 2 pins for a 5v panel and the other 2 pins for a 3.3v panel. Which pins are which?

    Robert

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    Robert,
    I am going to be hooking up my controller tomorrow night - I'll let you know how it goes - I have been studying those datasheets and see what you're getting at.

    Let me know how you make out with the connectors.


    - Jeff

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    Hey Jeff, Did you get your controller working yet?
    I got my connectors from Digikey. I forgot to order the pins for the 2x10 connector and have to order another 2x20 because those little plastic clips are very fragile. I broke them while trying to get the connector apart.
    They even have the 30 pin DF9 Hirose. That's gonna be fun soldering.
    Robert

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